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. search and rescue teams have been scouring the entire environment the last couple of days searching for her. just before noon on wednesday mchale was body was found in the body not far from where she initially appeared on sunday. charles clifford in the news room kron 4 news. >> pam: >> this just in to the kron 4 newsroom. and woman found dead in a room on the holiday express on monterey road. breaking news tonight. >> pam: san jose police are on the scene of the city's 15th murder this year. a woman found dead in a room at the holiday inn express. it happened around 1:30 -- helicopter partnership with abc7 news. right now. police not saying much about how the women was killed. except >> pam: play. >> pam: a kron 4 crew is at the updated. >> pam: the victim was a six- years -old girl. the incident happened in san jose yesterday afternoon. near parkview elementary also hurt. >> reporter: family members. >> reporter: happened. south san jose.just south ofwe'll fly in for a closer here's parkview elementary.right along bluefield drive. the woman and children were near a school crosswa
. one was quote as saying, look, russia is the most saturated and tough counter intelligence environment. it doesn't make sense that someone would have these wigs, sunglasses and atlas of moscow on them. martha: very strange, the whole thing. what do we know about what he was allegedly trying to accomplish there? >> reporter: the russians are saying he was trying to recruit a counter-terrorism expert who had knowledge of the caucuses. but there has been nothing more from the u.s. government. apparently according to the russians this man had on him a note of instruction to the person he was trying to recruit with an offer of potentially a million dollars a year if his work turned out to be good. analysts say it's odd that russia had made such a public display of this arrest. but frankly some say that could be for public consumption for russia to say to its people, we caught an american spy. martha: interesting. amy, thank you. bill: there are questions about the president's response to benghazi. donald rumsfeld on the holes he sees in the president's explanation. martha: the white house i
be a fund environment to playpen. to hear the chant and need to give my speech and break it down for the season, that was fun and you always want to give something back to the fence. >> reporter: have to be coming home one the first two games of this series down in l.a., the sharks blued 8 lake leave. san jose trying to rebound at home. >> pam: we were talking about the warriors crowd but the sharks crowd has won the best home kron advantages. >> reporter: the sharks only lost two games and regulations the whole regular-season spirit so the sharks have been great at home, and so we talk about the warriors and stuff tries to think the fans last night but oracle arena is one of the best arenas this procedure last night. but the fans standing almost the entire game! you really do not see that in the nba. but this is a loyal group of fans. the way they have things rocking, the war vote war. we'll be back [ man ] we have a go for auto sequence start. t-minus 5, 4, 3, 2, 1... ignition. [ male announcer ] launch your internet experience on at&t's newly expanded advanced digital network
of control over their environment. >> reporter: keeping these animals engaged is essential. what don't they get in human care that they have in the wild? >> wild population are stimulated by the instinct for survival. in human care, we have to find other ways to keep them mentally stimulated. >> reporter: recreating the environment for that stimulation is a 24-hour operation. where does the water come from? sea water that you bring in? >> no, we make the saltwater inhouse. >> reporter: and then there is the food. more than 200 pounds of restaurant grade fish prepared fresh daily. >> they eat better than some people. >> reporter: and they need it. bottle nosed dolphins can weigh as much as 650 pounds. the twists and jumps that seem like a performance to us humans are natural exercises for these mammals. who can swim as fast as 22 miles per hour. though sometimes the most important thing they can do is slow down. training dolphins to participate in their own health care, the reason we can get nice and close to them, see their bodies, have them relaxed. put your hand right up there. and
... and harm wildlife. and millions... are polluting our environment. [ sniffing ] [ seagulls squawking ] >> complete bay area news coverage continues. this is ktvu channel 2 news at 5:00. >> back off. >> police arrest six people were trespassers or invited guests, depending who you ask. police arrested a group staying in a dorm room after being forced out of a church this week. live in the city with the action taken by students this afternoon. rob. >> reporter: here at san francisco state, students are getting ready for the weekend. many still talking about the video that was shot last night inside a dorm room. dozens of students al reed on cal campus to draw attention to overreaction by police, they say. some that was caught on video. this is cell phone video taken inside of a dormitory. it shows police arresting what the university says were trespassers. police were called there because of a report of public drunkenness. in all they arrested six people fortress passing, resisting arrest and other charges. one student says they were not trespassers but guests invited into the room. >>
was anything but funny. >> when you're funny in that environment, that's so rough, most people don't have $100 to go to madison square garden to see eddie murphy so i was their eddie murphy and they would protect me so i liked that feeling. >> reporter: tracy made people laugh on "saturday night live" then for seven years on the sitcom "30 rock" but with the fame came partying and drinking. so when you're on "30 rock" you were this funny, zany -- >> i was dying inside. the first two years. >> reporter: what was the wake-up call? >> losing my family. my wife wanted a divorce. put the alcohol down and i just walked away from all of it. >> reporter: and now you don't drink at all. >> seven years clean. >> reporter: are you estimated every day? >> we all are. it's all around us but i fight. >> reporter: you're 44 now. did you ever think that you would be this popular when you were a little kid, that you would -- >> you know like being interviewed by barbara walters. >> yes, something like that. >> no, this is all so real to me. hosting the billboard awards. get out of here. >> you can watch all of
environment. [ sniffing ] [ seagulls squawking ] >>darya: 515 renown.5:15 a.m. rt now. all authorities in central mexico are setting up shelters as they prepare for a possible corruption of a volcano near mexico city. officials closed off seven square mile zone around the volcano. soldiers and federal police also been deployed to the area. seismic activity increase over the weekend at the 17,000 ft. volcano. it should saturday night, sometimes spewing going barack over the crater.lowing r. >>erica:. you know this drizzle this morning. 60 '70s and '80s by lunchtime. red indicates an '90s. but that will just out line the bay area. i think it will stay in the central valley. maine at least unless guys and land but sea breeze will become more pronounced which will moderate temperatures later this afternoon. by 8:00 p.m. tonight, tempters back down to 67 days. i want to break down afternoon highs expected for you. san jose with 78 degree 79 for santa clara. fairfield, 84 today and 81 expected and concord. we are seeing breezy conditions around the delta. pretty windy conditions. looks like
environment. fans of the exhibit agree. >> you can't tell who they are. so i think it's fine. i love that, too. it is mysterious. i love them. >> reporter: he said he got these ideas from bird watching and it is no different. he might have a hard time getting new pictures. since this exhibit opened, a lot of people around here have been keeping their curtains closed. >> i can believe it. thank you so much. what does your gut tell you? do you think the photographs in the exhibit are actually art? or do you think they are an invasion of privacy? go to facebook.com/newsnation to vote. and that is going to do it for this edition of "news nation." i'm craig melvin in for tamron hall. "the cycle" is up next. 'ppu;v?2 hey hun, remember you only need a few sheets. hmph! [ female announcer ] charmin ultra soft is so soft you'll have to remind your family they can use less. ♪ charmin ultra soft is made with extra cushions that are soft and more absorbent. plus you can use four times less. hope you saved some for me. mhmm! you and the kids. we all go. why not enjoy the go with charmin ultra soft. prefe
and it trashes the environment. there's a disconnect between what people think is healthy and what we know to be healthy. this book is basically the -- i want to set the record straight. give people the answers, dispel the myths so they can own their health and stand up for their lifestyle. >> was it a tough sale at the engine company? >> these guys had seen me eatsing this way for eight years. we had a bet that led to a discovery that one of our own basically had one foot in the grave and so we as a group of firefighters started eating plant strong. that's the term i like to use. to set these guys on the road to ideal health. >> how long does it take to get into it? >> we started the next day. this was serious stuff. >> all i can say to you, rip, is you are taking away my happy. i'm a girl that craves a burger. i love a steak with sauce so tender you can cut with a fork. you say you're not having cravings for beef. i swear i do. you say, no. it really isn't cravings. what is it you want people like me to know that are real beef eaters. what do you want us to know why a pla
in the exact same environment and they would come back to jail. witnessing that over and over i could not not do something about it. i'm teresa goines, i started the old school cafe, it gives them the skills and the opportunity to change their lives. >> everybody needs to pay attention. >> our program provides four months of hands on training. >> this is where you say excuse my reach. >> our motto is jump in and learn. if they complete that successfully they get a chance to apply for an employee position. we're excited to have you on the team and really proud of you. >> you do the hiring, you do the firing. we do reviews. you know what it means to have sense of urgency. you're a team player. >> i want them to keep rising up in leadership and management. the theme in restaurants the '20s, '40s, harlem renaissance. i see my role as being support staff. >> all i used to make is top ramen and grilled cheese and now i'm cooking everything on the menu. >> a lot of opportunity. i know this will help me stay out of trouble. >> the core of it is giving them hope. >> i'll be my own boss. >> i'l
mentally stimulated. >> reporter: recreating the environment for the behavior is a 24/7 operation, starting with some 2.5 million gallons of saltwater. where does the water come from? is it sea water you bring in? >> no, we actually make all the saltwater in-house. >> reporter: then there is the food. more than 200-pounds of restaurant-grade fish prepared fresh daily. >> they eat better than some people. >> reporter: they need it. bottle-nosed dolphins can weigh as much as 650-pound. they twist, they jump. it seems like a performance to us humans are natural exercises for these mammals who can swim as fast as 22 miles per how. though, sometimes the most important teng they can do is slow down. >> we treat the dolphins to see their body, have them relax. put your hand up here. see how powerful they are. 1, 2, 3. good! >> reporter: cosmo creates a limited number of paintings each week. like any good artist, his masterpieces don't come cheap $200 bucks a pop. traners hope the experience will be dashed with a passion for conservation and a commitment to your artist's well being. >> cosmo, look
... are polluting our environment. [ sniffing ] [ seagulls squawking ] >> we're hearing the 91 call just moments after an intruder supposedly stabbed 8 year-old leila fowler to death. we're learning with the latest of the investigation and that her 12 year-old brother is now accused of that stabbing. he is expecting to be see there is an intruder in the house reported but there is no mention of the 8 year-old girl stabbed. >> new thi-search for the the search continues for a missing 9 year old autistic girl in lake county. the new surveillance video has changed the focus of and the search for mckay lumper in a lance. police say the video shows her running up the street after she was last seen at a home on sunday. the video came from a neighbor's a surveillance camera. the video and the makes the possibility that she went across the street and into the water. more than 100 people scoured the area for her yesterday. she was last seen in the backyard of her family's vacation home in clear lake. she was reacannot swim and has the mental capacity of a one-year-old child and has been without her medic
to rescue the people and get everybody in a safe environment right now. that's our key priority right now. >> and everyone, as you said, working so hard together. mr. mayor, you talk about the accountability of people. is there fear that some people may still be trapped? >> we don't really feel that. we think we've accounted for most of them or all the people right now. some we haven't accounted for we actually feel like they weren't at their homes at this time and that hopefully we're hoping for the best for that but there's still that possibility when we go in here and during daybreak and try to clean up some of the rubble here. >> how much warning did everybody have, mr. mayor? >> pretty much i think most of the people had about the same warning throughout the city, they had anywhere from 15 to 20 minutes. the sirens sounded off. i know myself i was on the golf course and heard it -- heard the sirens go off and headed to the clubhouse. before you could even get to the clubhouse, we had a pretty good size hail falling out of the sky and a lot of high winds. >> well, mayor pro tem nin hu
to other places, and new missions. we envision it will have programming to be able to sense the environment. >> reporter: the navy will now have to consider the moral and ethical implications having warplanes not under the constant control of human beings. barbara starr, cnn, the pentagon. >>> happening now, spy war is heating up. first this arrest, now russia outs the man it says is the cia station chief in moscow. >>> a killer tornado outbreak. bigger than anyone thought. now emotional survivors are speaking out. >>> and the mayor of the fourth largest city in north america accused of smoking crack and allegedly caught on tape. >>> i'm wolf blitzer. we want to welcome our viewers in the united states and around the world. the world. you're in "the situation room." -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> it's the biggest twist yet in a spy scandal that exploded this week. russian media blowing the cover of what they say is the top man in moscow. the move dramatically ups the ante in a high stakes spy game between russia and the united states. cnn's foreign affairs correspondent jill doug
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